Professional development

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  • Professional Development Experience

    Even though I have basic knowledge of sport management and I did my internship at National Stadium Bird’s Nest for six months before, I was still a bit nervous. Fortunately, after interviews with my supervisor as well as other colleagues, I let out a sign of relief since all of them are so nice and this organization is immersed in a relaxed atmosphere. Nevertheless, It was regrettable when Cheyanne pointed out there is no strategy for continuing professional development like CPD at Sport Birmingham. Nor is the relevant programme. I was disappointed at this unexpected news and became worried about my assignment. In fact, by the end of my first day at office, I felt much better at that point when I realized that we are surrounded by a good learning environment. First of all, our organization is equipped with sound hardware and software facilities, which means a variety of opportunities could be provided for us to achieve knowledge. For example, we can communicate with each other through the…

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  • The HCPC Requirements For Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

    HCPC requirements for continuing professional development (CPD) and seek to explain the benefits of CPD. The benefits for health professionals, patients and the diagnostic radiography profession may not always be aligned. The Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) set the standard for continuing professional development (CPD) in the UK. The HCPC were created safeguard the public by regulating and making health professionals accountable through a register. They monitor standards for initial…

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  • Professional Development

    1. Identify other committees in the district and staff involved in professional development. • This can be a committee that conducts survey, etc. (20 Points) All faculties (district-level, school administrators, and teachers) of the district are included in ongoing professional development. Professional development occurs at each school site in order to address the individualized needs of staff, computer and/or academic programs, software, etc. that is pertinent to each campus. Professional…

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  • Profession Professional Development

    better the society. With these purposes for the individual, and the benefits to society, in mind, certain subjects should be taught to individuals in order to prepare them for reaching these goals after they graduate. Through the offering of professional development courses, a liberal arts education and omitting some unnecessary requirements (like physical education) to free up space for more beneficial courses, students would be benefitted and this purpose of higher education would be achieved.…

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  • Professional Development In Education

    Professional Development is fundamental in the educational field. Mizell (2010) states: “professional development refers to many types of educational experiences related to an individual’s work.” (p. 3). This training is an integral part of any organization as it teaches members the skills needed to participate while increasing success. Coutinho & Teles (2011) have indicated that the key to motivating students while increasing their participation is to establish an exceptional professional…

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  • Reflection On Professional Development

    Part 2: Professional Development Reflection The professional development plan that I have made meets the learner-centered principles because it addresses the needs of new teachers based on the survey taken. The new teachers on my campus expressed that they need more help with classroom management skills to keep their classroom flowing smoothly and increase student achievement. My plan allows them to practice existing classroom management techniques, and develop news management ideas with…

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  • Effective Professional Development

    Often times professional development sessions are seen as ineffective by educators because the sessions are missing one, if not more, of the components identified in Figure 1. “The typical organization of schools and teachers’ work allows teachers to work alone, isolated in separate classrooms most of the day. These arrangements provide limited time, and school budgets often provide slim resources for teachers to meet and talk together about how they can improve student learning” (Goldring &…

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  • Transforming Professional Development

    The concept of professional development has been a part of the public school system for years. Different ideas have come and gone and old ones have reappeared with new names and new twists. However, one thing is clear, the most salient variable in improving student achievement is not the brand name of the program but the degree of implementation of the program (Reeves, pg. 2). Effective professional development is not about the programs it is the people and the practices that make the impact and…

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  • Professional Job Development

    dimensions 4 Key Responsibilities………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..5 Skill specifications……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………5 PROFESSIONAL JOB DESCRIPTION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT In this project I have made an honest and dedication attempt to make the project “PRODUCE A PROFESSIONAL JOB DESCRIPTION” as authentic as it could. The best effort which made by me it may not prove successful without proper guidance. But without any guidance it remains…

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  • Professional Development Reflection

    This helped me to enhance my standard in the classroom through the theories that I have learnt, whilst recognising the benefits of facilitating learning into practice. Furthermore, through the peer feedback on the poster it was clear that I jotted many points which could be shortened, this helped me to realise that I need to be precise and focused on the main role of my professional development. I have also researched variety of sources to back up my point of view, which has given me the insight…

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